Spring Break in Puerto Vallarta

Do you know what is it about?

Spring Break is the vacation period that students in the United States and Canada have during the spring to rest from school. However, a large part of them use this time to travel to the Mexican beaches, looking to have fun and sunbathe. Everything that has to do with fun and music is for them simply an escape from school, family and personal pressures.

Spring breakers know that Puerto Vallarta has that natural charm with its great beaches, first-class cuisine, and is very hospitable because it offers various activities such as scuba diving, water skiing, sport fishing, kayaking, and parasailing.

spring break

We already know that spring breakers are going to burst in Puerto Vallarta, but it is still a place for simpler pleasures such as walking on the Malecón, going up to the Cerro de la Luz viewpoint, taking walks through the mountains that take you to other beaches , get to know the Los Muertos pier or visit the picturesque market of the Cuale river.

Favorite port...

Precious beaches, natural attractions and delicious gastronomy are some of the main charms that you will find in Puerto Vallarta, a destination that is famous for enchanting you and making you come back. Here you live a cultural show that makes you participate in all the activities you find and after having enjoyed the rich sun, lying on the sand, you can experience first-hand the nightlife that is hidden in the port of Jalisco.

spring break

Puerto Vallarta gives you the opportunity to expand your culture With its art galleries that you will find in various artistic venues and in its street murals, you will get to know the magnificent Huichol art, an artisan treasure present in various parts of the Mexican Republic. You cannot leave without being pampered by the warmth of the people who live in Puerto Vallarta. It is not for nothing that it is known as the friendliest city in the world.

Activities you can do this season

The plan is very simple, you can do whatever you want; It is good to keep in mind that the number of activities you can do during the Spring Break season in Puerto Vallarta is exorbitant.

There are beautiful beaches that you can visit, countless options to dance the night away in the city's nightclubs, such as those in the Romantic Zone, the Malecón and the nearby Fluvial Vallarta and of course the number of restaurants that are found throughout the city. city ​​deserve all the credit they get.

A hike

If you and your friends are in the best physical condition, climbing all the steps up to the Mirador de la Cruz will not be any obstacle for you.

Enjoy the night life

When the sun goes down, Puerto Vallarta has endless options for entertainment and cosmopolitan fun. From beach clubs with a relaxed atmosphere and bars with live music, to discos to keep the party going well into the night.

Try the best dishes

The flavors of Mexico and the world come together in Puerto Vallarta, an internationally recognized destination for its wide gastronomic offer. for your holidays spring break o Holy Week, we suggest, however, that you pay attention to the traditions and focus your experience on the fresh seafood dishes that you will find in the most trendy or in picturesque street stalls.

Visit the most beautiful beaches

It is no secret to anyone that some of the best beaches in Mexico are found here.

If you still have not decided where to start, we offer you some recommendations to the most emblematic beaches of Puerto Vallarta:

  • Mismaloya. Located south of Puerto Vallarta, it has a variety of rustic restaurants with all the services to spend a pleasant day under the sun and with specialties based on fresh seafood and other typical dishes. 
  • The Twins. It is characterized by its blue-green waters and fine amber sand. The waves are mild-moderate and allow the practice of water activities such as snorkeling, diving and bodyboard or just take a dip. 
  • Chinese shells. The southernmost beach in Puerto Vallarta, accessible on foot. It is usually little visited, except on weekends. At some points it is possible to observe how the mountains of the Sierra Madre meet the Pacific Ocean.